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Signed for two years at 6.75 million total. $3.38 million AAV.

 

Crazy low price for a guy who scored 26 goals and 56 points last year.

 

Another little bit of comparable for Benning to push Boeser’s contract down a little.  They had identical stats last year with 26 goals and 30 assists.

 

https://www.tsn.ca/carolina-hurricanes-sign-f-dzingel-to-two-year-deal-1.1336380

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20 minutes ago, Provost said:

Signed for two years at 6.75 million total. $3.38 million AAV.

 

Crazy low price for a guy who scored 26 goals and 56 points last year.

 

Another little bit of comparable for Benning to push Boeser’s contract down a little.  They had identical stats last year with 26 goals and 30 assists.

 

https://www.tsn.ca/carolina-hurricanes-sign-f-dzingel-to-two-year-deal-1.1336380

You beat Vintage? 

I thought androids don't take time off..... B)

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5 minutes ago, 48MPHSlapShot said:

I could be a little ignorant here, but it seems to me as though Colorado could have signed him to a similar deal and used him as their 2C, thus negating the need to send Kerfoot and Barrie to the Laffs for Kadri.

 

I dunno.

Dzingel took 95 faceoffs last year and was around 40%. Not sure how he could be a 2C.

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Nah this is a good contract. I would have actually liked it more if it were a 4 yr contract tbh. I get thatits a young mans game but you dont turn completly useless upon turning 29. 8 of the top 19 scorers this year are over 29. 

 

So in short they have a 40-50 pt man on the cheap for 2 yrs. They could have had him for 4. If he scores 80-100 pts in the next 2 years he'll likely be asking for 6 mill. 

 

With how cheap they got him i would have taken the gamble on the extra 2 yrs.

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22 minutes ago, Crimson said:

26 goals for less than $3.5M is meh?

I don't think he will match his totals last year, but who knows. I think he will drop back down to about 40-45 points, but still a 20+ goal scorer. It's a decent deal, but we got basically the same production in Ferland with the physicality that Dzingel doesn't have.

 

Hopefully he's ready to storm surge.

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Don't think Dzingel's production is far off from JT's?? And yet JT cost us a first round pick and is making $5M. I get it... JT is a power forward, plays all 3 forward positions.... but I would love to get Dzingel at that AAV and a total upgrade over Baerstchi!!

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1 minute ago, theo5789 said:

I don't think he will match his totals last year, but who knows. I think he will drop back down to about 40-45 points, but still a 20+ goal scorer. It's a decent deal, but we got basically the same production in Ferland with the physicality that Dzingel doesn't have.

 

Hopefully he's ready to storm surge.

I like the Ferland signing but is it always a comparison? 

Just now, timberz21 said:

Wonder why Columbus didn't keep him at that price, after losing Duche. and Panarin

This is what suprises me. It's not like Carolina is a spot players love to sign..

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3 minutes ago, 73 Percent said:

Nah this is a good contract. I would have actually liked it more if it were a 4 yr contract tbh. I get thatits a young mans game but you dont turn completly useless upon turning 29. 8 of the top 19 scorers this year are over 29. 

 

So in short they have a 40-50 pt man on the cheap for 2 yrs. They could have had him for 4. If he scores 80-100 pts in the next 2 years he'll likely be asking for 6 mill. 

 

With how cheap they got him i would have taken the gamble on the extra 2 yrs.

I don't think he signed for "cheap", but much closer to his market value than I expected. It's right around the Baertschi contract. Personally I like the 2 year deal as he seems like a riskier player to gamble on IMO and he probably likes that he doesn't have to worry about the expansion and maybe wants to stay out East. If I had to choose between Ferland and Dzingel at the same price, I'm glad we got Ferland.

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1 minute ago, Virtanen#18 said:

Don't think Dzingel's production is far off from JT's?? And yet JT cost us a first round pick and is making $5M. I get it... JT is a power forward, plays all 3 forward positions.... but I would love to get Dzingel at that AAV and a total upgrade over Baerstchi!!

One also has a stronger resume.

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37 minutes ago, Provost said:

 

Another little bit of comparable for Benning to push Boeser’s contract down a little.  They had identical stats last year with 26 goals and 30 assists.

True, but Zinger likely peaked already and had a very questionable stint in CBJ which many suspect for the reason he wasn't signed sooner,  for more term, and for a higher number.

 

Boeser otoh,  isn't even near his prime yet and will be a core piece of this team  (hopefully) for the next decade. 

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